Lindsay is part of the team dedicated to supporting members who are transitioning from confinement to the community. Previously she worked as a Case Manager/Instructor with Milwaukee Community Services Corps prior to joining CFSS. She was also a Peace Corps Youth Development Volunteer in Haisyn, Ukraine, Project Assistant, UW –Milwaukee Criminal Justice Department and an Assistant to the Client Service Specialist at the Milwaukee Office of the State Public Defender. Lindsay received both her BS and MS in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
Danny is part of a dynamic team dedicated to supporting members who are transitioning from confinement to the community. Danny’s history working in social services shows his dedication to helping people. He spent over 11 years working at Norris Adolescent Center where he was repeatedly recognized as the Youth Care Worker of the Year. While at Norris Adolescent Center, he held a variety of different positions including Independent Living/Career Instructor, Youth Care Worker, Family Advocate and Assistant Supervisor. Danny received a Bachelor of Arts in Social Service Management from Cardinal Stritch University.
Rodney is part of a dynamic team dedicated to supporting members who are transitioning from confinement to the community. He has extensive case management experience gained from working as an Independent Living Coordinator at Norris Adolescent Center and as a Care Coordinator at St. Charles Youth and Family Services. Rodney studied Criminal Justice and he received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
Tanya is part of the team dedicated to supporting members who are transitioning from confinement to the community. Previously, Tanya worked as the Healthy Marriage Career and Employment Manager, as well as Skills Enhancement and Career Readiness Facilitator with YWCA of Southeast Wisconsin – formerly YWCA of Greater Milwaukee. She was also a High School Tutor with Mainstream Development Education Group and received both her Bachelor’s and Masters of Science in Speech Communication & Theatre Arts from the Arkansas State University.
George joins the CFSS team as a Member Services Coordinator for the Motivated to Apprenticeship Pathways program. George’s work and volunteer experience show his dedication to the people of Milwaukee. Most recently, he mentored tomorrow’s leaders in his position as the Assistant Dean at Hope Christian School: Fortis. He is also an active volunteer at Followers to Leaders, a local non-profit that focuses on mentoring young men as they support their community. Geroge is an accomplished basketball player and he gives back by sharing his talents as a dedicated basketball coach.
George attended the University of Wisconsin-Platteville where he studied Physical Education/Health.
Fred Royal, Jr. has been active in community advocacy throughout his career. Currently, 1st Vice President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Milwaukee Branch, Royal served as President of the NAACP Milwaukee Branch for six years and has also served on a range of boards from Milwaukee Area Technical College to the Social Development Commission. In 2011, he was elected to the American Civil Liberties Union and the Social Development Commission. Served on the Board of Directors for Rotary Club of Milwaukee.
Second generation born in Milwaukee, Royal went to Auer Avenue School, and then to Garden Homes Elementary and in high school, attended Rufus King, in 1975 to join the United States Air Force. Milwaukee Area Technical College hasn’t been a stranger to Royal. In 1990, he received his Associate of Applied Science degree in Paralegal Studies, and then continued on at Cardinal Stritch University graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.
He previously served as Manager of Youth Services with the Center for Self-Sufficiency, worked for six years in workforce development at Employ Milwaukee. Royal started out his career in Oak Creek, WI at Delphi Electronics & Safety, assembling electronic automotive parts. During his 26 years of service at the General Motors subsidiary from which he retired, Royal was elected as the Vice President for the United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 438 which got him started in a career path towards public service, community activism and politics.
Don joins the CFSS team as a Member Service Coordinator for the Motivated to Apprenticeship Pathways Program. Most recently, Don served as a police officer for Racine Police Department and Menomonee Falls Police Department. He previously served as a Business Service Representative with CFSS. Don received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and his master’s degree in Higher Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.